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educator , musicologist , Actress

Matilda Anna Laura Haywood, educator, actress, musicologist. Certified business educator. Recipient award, National Association Media Women, 1978. Member of International Jazz World Federation, Chicago Teachers Union, American Federation Musicians, American Association Individual Investors, Broadcast Music, Inc., National Association Media Women (publicity director 1977-1979).

Background

Haywood, Matilda Anna Laura was born on May 13, 1945 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Lattimore David and Sarah Mae (Ford) Haywood.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, Roosevelt University, 1976. Master of Science in Marketing Communications, Roosevelt University, 1978.

Career

Instructor business communications Bryant & Stratton Business School, Chicago, 1972—1973. Training specialist, business education instructor, project records analyst Chicago City Colleges, 1973—1977. Business communications instructor Chicago Board Education, 1976—1981.

Labor market consultant James Lowery Consultant, Chicago, 1979—1980. Instructor business, music, Black history, director productions Evanston Township High School (Illinois), 1981—1986. Consultant University Illinois, Chicago, 1983.

Vice president operations Search Truth, Inc., 1968—1984.

Achievements

  • Certified business educator.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Writer, arranger choral ensemble arrangement Razzmatazz, 1980 (Merit award, 82). Author: Influence of African Culture on American Music, 1979 (Outstanding Music and Narrative award, 80), Using Music to Teach Writing, 1984, The Love Boat, since 1985.

Membership

Member of International Jazz World Federation, Chicago Teachers Union, American Federation Musicians, American Association Individual Investors, Broadcast Music, Inc., National Association Media Women (publicity director 1977-1979).

Connections

1 child Fredericka.

father:
Lattimore David Haywood

mother:
Sarah Mae (Ford) Haywood

child:
Fredericka Haywood